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Brighton & Hove Albion v Rotherham United

Ian Appleyard

THEO STREETE has been plunged into a relegation battle with Rotherham United after rejecting an opportunity to push for promotion with neighbours Doncaster Rovers.

The Derby County defender was offered a permanent move to Rovers at the start of the transfer window after impressing on loan and scoring the final goal in the final game at Belle Vue.

But the teenager preferred to keep his options open and the offer was subsequently withdrawn by Rovers manager Sean O'Driscoll.

After failing to secure a move to a Championship club, Streete has joined the Millers, who are seven points adrift of safety in League One, on loan for the rest of the season.

Manager Alan Knill said: "I know Doncaster were keen on keeping Theo – he has got pace and aggression and that is exactly what we need at the moment."

Streete is set to make his debut in today's trip to Brighton alongside Halifax-born veteran centre-back Craig Fleming, who quit Norwich City on deadline day to sign an 18-month deal with the Millers.

Striker Ian Henderson also agreed to extend his loan deal from Norwich City until the end of the season while defender Scott Wiseman's loan deal from Hull City was curtailed.